An amazingly well written book, broad in scope and deep in thought.
He unabashedly clings to the most cliched female stereotypes, unwilling to admit that not all women are hyperemotional and irrational.
I am grateful to Keen for providing me this profound understanding and the experience of feeling true empathy for men.
I read the hardback version of this book years ago. It was very eye opening to my own cultural programming. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Chas Harrison
Although the reader must be aware that it's not a "how-to manual", but yet another piece of the puzzle that explore the ideals of manhood in our modern culture, trying to... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Mastergreed
Prefer more current readings. Although at onetime I'm sure was very revealing, I find other more current readings much more in tune with current societies social/sexual mores.Published 28 days ago by parker reed
very good book, a little repetitive and somewhat dated but still on target. worth readingPublished 1 month ago by Blues
WOW, this book drags on and on and says almost nothing. Sam Keen really dropped the ball on this book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nick W
I read it years ago and it meant a lot to me, now I am re-reading it and suggesting it to my son and other young men. So many books for women, so few for being a man.Published 4 months ago by Raymond J. Macek